Thank you. I was really looking for a larger paper map (old school) of the region. Any ideas on that?Using onX does good job as well, just make sure that you have ALL the tiles downloaded ahead of time. I have accidentally missed a tile or two and that was annoying looking for signal on a hunt to get the last couple areas done.
Thanks Scott. Will do.Call the BLM offices, ask for the most up to date maps they have. They provide big sections that are good for what has been mentioned above. The only challenge with BLM maps is that they don't update as often as say the County does like mentioned above.
Thank you. Much appreciated.This map might be useful for identifying the specific BLM maps that you need. It has the BLM map index overlaid on the WGFD deer area map:
Thank you.This map might be useful for identifying the specific BLM maps that you need. It has the BLM map index overlaid on the WGFD deer area map:
Thanks. I'll check out MyTopoYou can buy custom maps from Mytopo.com BLM. NF, and regional maps are great for an overview, but it is great to zoom in on the exact area that you are hunting. I haven't moved very far into the digital world and prefer to have a paper map. You can get topo, satellite, different grid overlays (I use UTM), rolled or folded (I prefer folded unless I want to frame it), etc. etc. All for about $20.